This podcast addresses the professional and personal concerns of the craniosacral therapist via interviews with teachers and practitioners of craniosacral therapy and related fields from across the globe.
CST 159 - Karyn Quraishy - Craniosacral Therapy and the Immune System
In this episode Karyn Quraishy talks about craniosacral therapy and the immune system. Karyn has been administering CST in a clinical environment since 2002, and is an approved instructor for the Upledger Institute. She has extensive experience working in the neonatal intensive care environment, and also operates a private practice in Honeoye Falls, NY, dedicated to Craniosacral Therapy.
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CST 158 - Sally Fryer Dietz - Dolphin Assisted Craniosacral Therapy
Sally Fryer Dietz is an Upledger Diplomat Craniosacral Therapist and founder of Integrative Pediatric Therapy clinic in Dallas, TX. In this episode she talks with Ryan Hallford about The Dolphin Assisted Therapy program offered by The Upledger Institute.
More information about The Upledger Institute: www.upledger.com
Sally's Dallas clinic: Integrative Pediatric Therapy
CST 157 - Meaghan Beames - Infant Craniosacral Therapy ... Practice and Education
In this episode Ryan Hallford talks with Meaghan Beames about infant craniosacral therapy. Meaghan works and teaches in Toronto, Canada. She shares with listeners her educational history, process of setting up an infant clinical practice, and current developments at her craniosacral training school. Meaghan is a delightful practitioner and teacher, with a passion for working with infants. Enjoy this fun interview!
School website : www.beamescst.com
Toronto clilnic: www.mybabycst.com
Episode 156 - Scott Zamurut - A Closer Look at Dr. Rollin Becker's Contributions to Biodynamic Practice
In this episode Scott Zamurut helps us better understand Dr. Rollin Becker's historical context in manual Osteopathy and his foundational intellectual contributions to biodynamic theory and practice. He elaborates on Becker's history with Dr. William Sutherland and highlights his insights into working with Primary Respiration.
CST 155 - Steve Haines - Touch is Really Strange, Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises TRE®
Steve Haines has played an important role in the worldwide expansion of biodynamic craniosacral therapy. His work as an author and Co-Director of Body Intelligence has helped create a whole new generation of practitioners. In this interview he talks about his new book "Touch is Really Strange," Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE,) and shares some thoughts on remote work and distance healing.
CST 154 - Lori Hendrickson - Craniosacral and Related Approaches for Plagiocephaly
Lori Hendrickson is a craniosacral therapist from the Minneapolis area. Since 2001 she has been helping babies with plagiocephaly, torticollis, acid reflux, inability to form a good latch wile breastfeeding, tongue, lip and buccal tie restrictions and a myriad of other pathologies. She offers online and in-person workshops that elaborate on the techniques she has developed.
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/lorihendricksoncst
Essential listening for cranio practitioners and clients!
Broad ranging discussions across the craniosacral field, Ryan is doing a public service in offering these engaging interviews.
Fantastic Podcast for Cranial Practitioners
Ryans podcast is a wonderful thing. Ive been practicing for 4 years now and find the material to be incredibly informative and relevant to my practice. He has great interviews, topics that seem to crop up in practice after I listen to them, and a wonderful demenor to boot. His light shines brightly and this podcast can aid so many of us at this wonderful craft. Thankyou Ryan